Becoming a IHSAA Certified Official can be accomplished by completing the 4 Steps described below. If you have any questions about the process, you are welcome to contact us.
To register to become an IHSAA Official, click the button below. A new window/tab will open to our Registration Dashboard with ArbiterSports.
Officials are required to attend a State Rules Clinic for the sport they are participating in. Click the button below to download a list of the upcoming clinics.
* Each district may have additional training.
Officials are required to take the Part I or Part II Exam administered online through the NFHS. Part I is required for Basketball and Track; Part II is required for all other sports. The required
test is an open-book rules examination and can be retaken up to five (5) times during the testing
NFHS Testing Dates
Contact the NFHS Help Desk at 317-565-2023 with log-in issues.
|Activity||Exam||Start Date||End Date|
|Fall Sports||Part I||7/19/2019||8/11/2019|
|Part II *||8/12/2019||8/27/2019|
|Basketball||Part I *||10/25/2019||11/25/2019|
|Part II *||11/26/2019||12/10/2019|
|Part II *||3/20/2020||4/3/2020|
|Track||Part I *||2/16/2020||4/3/2020|
* Required Exam
New officials must complete the St. Luke’s Concussion Course and NFHS Sudden Cardiac Arrest Course before officiating a regular season contest. All officials are required to review the Concussion Course and SCA Course on even numbered years. The IHSAA Statewide Concussion and SCA Review dates are: 2018-19, 2020-21,2022-23, 2024-25, etc.
Contact Officials Coordinator, Tyler Ostler at .
Thank you State Girls Basketball Officials!
© Copyright 2009-2020 Idaho High School Activities Association (IHSAA). All rights reserved.